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  • Diskussionspapiere 2049 / 2023

    Income-Based Family Typology and Child Development: Evidence from the UK

    Our paper contributes to the literature studying how household conditions can influence children’s development, focusing on the type of family model where children grow up, defined on the basis of parental employment status and relative earnings. The traditional “male-breadwinner” model is no longer the only type of family that has been observed throughout recent decades; the “dual-breadwinner” family ...

    2023| Elena Claudia Meroni, Francesca Verga
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    My Wealth, (Y)Our Life Satisfaction? Sole and Joint Wealth Ownership and Life Satisfaction in Marriage

    This study examines the money-subjective well-being nexus by studying the link between changes in jointly and solely (i.e. respondents’ own and their partner’s own) held gross wealth and changes in married individuals’ subjective well-being. Joint assets reflect norms of sharing responsibilities and resources. Solely held assets, in contrast, offer individual economic independence. Using wealth data ...

    In: European Journal of Population 38 (2022), 4, S. 811-834 | Nicole Kapelle, Theresa Nutz, Daria Tisch, Manuel Schechtl, Philipp M. Lersch, Emanuela Struffolino
  • Nicht-referierte Aufsätze

    Kindergeld oder Kinderfreibetrag? Ein steuer- und familienpolitischer Evergreen

    In: Wirtschaftsdienst 104 (2024), 2, S. 70-71 | Stefan Bach
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Wealth in Couples: Introduction to the Special Issue

    The assumption that economic resources are equally shared within households has been found to be untenable for income but is still often upheld for wealth. In this introduction to the special issue “Wealth in Couples”, we argue that within-household inequality in wealth is a pertinent and under-researched area that is ripe for development. To this end, we outline the relevance of wealth for demographic ...

    In: European Journal of Population 38 (2022), 4, S. 623-641 | Philipp M. Lersch, Emanuela Struffolino, Agnese Vitali
  • Diskussionspapiere 2059 / 2023

    Building Health across Generations: Unraveling the Impact of Early Childcare on Maternal Health

    In contemporary households, women often shoulder most organisation and caregiving responsibilities leading them to play a crucial role in family dynamics. While previous research has established that public early childcare affects child outcomes and maternal employment, less attention has been given to its effects on maternal health despite its relevance within the household. This study investigates ...

    2023| Mara Barschkett, Laia Bosque-Mercader
  • SOEPpapers 1188 / 2023

    Intergenerational Scars: The Impact of Parental Unemployment on Individual Health Later in Life

    This paper studies whether individuals that experienced parental unemployment during their childhood/early adolescence have poorer health once they reach the adulthood. We used data from the German Socio-Economic Panel from 2002 until 2018. Our identification strategy of the causal effect of parental unemployment relied on plant closures as exogenous variation of the individual labor market condition. ...

    2023| Michele Ubaldi, Matteo Picchio
  • Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

    Hit where it hurts: Healthcare access and Intimate Partner Violence

    17.04.2023| Judit Vall (University of Barcelona)
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Immigration, Female Labour Supply and Local Cultural Norms

    We study the local evolution of female labour supply and cultural norms in West Germany in reaction to the sudden presence of East Germans who migrated to the West after reunification. These migrants grew up with high rates of maternal employment, whereas West German families mostly followed the traditional breadwinner-housewife model. We find that West German women increase their labour supply and ...

    In: The Economic Journal (2024), im Ersch. | Jonas Jessen, Sophia Schmitz, Felix Weinhardt
  • Diskussionspapiere 2068 / 2024

    The Broken Elevator: Declining Absolute Mobility of Living Standards in Germany

    This study provides the first absolute income mobility estimates for postwar Germany. Using various micro data sources, we uncover a steep decline in absolute mobility rates from 81 percent to 59 percent for children’s birth cohorts 1962 through 1988. This trend is robust across different ages, family sizes, measurement methods, copulas, and data sources. Across the parental income distribution, we ...

    2024| Timm Bönke, Astrid Harnack-Eber, Holger Lüthen
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Health of Parents, Their Children's Labor Supply, and the Role of Migrant Care Workers

    In: Journal of Labor Economics (2024) im Ersch. | Wolfgang Frimmel, Martin Halla, Jörg Paetzold, Julia Schmieder
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